Rock outfit Survivor, scheduled to perform at this year's Central Washington State Fair next Thursday, has been forced to cancel their show due to an injury suffered by one of the group's members.
Fair manager Greg Stewart announced late Thursday afternoon that Blood, Sweat and Tears will fill the gap created.

“We’re sorry to lose Survivor as we know there were plenty of their fans planning to come to the show,” Stewart said in a news release. “Unfortunately these things sometimes happen and we’re very happy that Blood, Sweat & Tears could fill in at the last minute.”

Anyone who's already purchased tickets to the Survivor show can use them to see Blood, Sweat & Tears, according to Stewart. They can also get refunds through the State Fair Park Box Office -- but only before 5 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 27). For refunds, contact box office manager Misty Craft, or 515) 393-0042.

General admission bleacher seats are free with admission to the fair, but reserve tickets can be purchased for $14 & $9 through the State Fair Park Box Office, all TicketsWest outlets, or by calling (800.)325.7328 (SEAT).  Reserved tickets do not include admission to the fair.

Grammy-winning Blood, Sweat & Tears' hits include “You Made Me So Very Happy,”  “And When I Die” and “Spinning Wheel.”  They'll play the Corona Stage at 7 p.m. Thursday.

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